Ink isn't the only alternative input for tablet PC's. I've seen a lot of topics here discussing pen versus keyboard input, but no one ever mentions speech recognition. Everyone says you can type faster than you can write. How much faster can we speak than type? I use speech recognition software on my desktop computer and it works very well. Though, to get good results I use a high-quality microphone and sound card. I assume the current tablet PC's are lacking in this area. How much success have you all had using the speech-recognition software built into Windows XP TPC edition?